Shufeng Garden Hotel Chengdu
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we had breakfast in the farmers house. It was a traditional Chinese breakfast and different from what we are use to eating. We then went to an art studio of a local but famous enough artist. She taught us all paper cutting and talked about her work on display. She then did a wonderful painting of a panda, which we ...
... eating their western food!
It was so funny, we were standing next to panda enclosures, and the Chinese would ask to have their pictures with us. At one point Ellie had a baby thrusted into her arms, whilst the parents and grandparents giggled and stood around taking pictures, whilst Bekah and I were given a poster to hold congratulating a couple on their upcoming wedding (at least I really hope that's what it said!). As we were approached with people holding ...
... the attendants who after 5 minutes of talking on the phone pointed to where the bags come out and told us to wait. 5 minutes later my bag popped out thank god! We were surprised with the level of smog here in Chengdu, we thought Beijing was bad but this place is much worse! We got a bus to the city which had the most annoying little girl on it ever, we nicknamed her 'the banshee', her screams pierced the bus the whole way there and she used suitcases and people as a climbing ...
... School students in China do, so I think I need to look at them as elementary students and not middle school students. I teach one elementary class a week, and they have a great deal of enthusiasm, which makes teaching fun at times. Their English is even more limited, though, so it is really hard to communicate. It took me a whole class just to get them to understand the game Red Light Green Light. When we went outside to play the game, they didn't play it ...
... I met people from Serbia and Sweden as we waited in zig zag lines to have the opportunity to walk down the stairs to the foot of the BB (see pictures, you can enlarge the pictures by clicking on them twice).
I will add other info to this entry later on. 2 of my favorite pictures so far in China are the BB with the cliffs and the skyscrapers in the background. Then there's the one of the Buddhist Monk at ...